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Other / Huion Graphics Tablet H610 Pro - Help me make it work on LL
« Last post by RC Marcus on Today at 07:01:59 PM »
I have a brand new Huion H610Pro Graphics Tablet, but it does not get recognized by Linux Liite.  I've read that other UBUNTU distributions have it working but it takes some steps.  Can anyone help me? Thanks.

RC
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On Topic / Re: XFCE vs KDE
« Last post by Moltke on Today at 07:00:51 PM »
https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2020/01/xfce-4-16-client-side-decoration

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Xfce 4.16 is switching to GTK header bars, but they’re more commonly referred to as client side decoration (CSD) as window borders are rendered client side (GTK), not by the window manager.
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Introductions / Re: How can I install Linux Lite by the very beginning?
« Last post by Moltke on Today at 06:55:40 PM »
Hello DeepThought.

I donīt know what is a system with or without UEFI. But as I said before secure boot is disabled!

Just in case I am downloading that full UEFI version you mentioned. I hope your link is safe!   It will take a while until my download finish.

In Windows 10, click on Start, search for system information and under system summary look for bios mode. It should state whether your pc is running under legacy bios or uefi

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Hello Moltke.

I tried with Rufos, but it does not work either. I continue with the same issue.

Oh well, that's too bad. It's never failed to me but I guess this can happen.

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By the way, I see the file name and directory is a "UEFI test" !  Is this a test of the Linux O.S. ?

I am only interested on stable and secure versions of O.S.

It's a stable and secure release. I don't know why it's called like that but as far as I can tell is as stable and secure as the legacy one.
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Introductions / Re: How can I install Linux Lite by the very beginning?
« Last post by Roken on Today at 06:12:27 PM »
By the way, I see the file name and directory is a "UEFI test" !  Is this a test of the Linux O.S. ?

I am only interested on stable and secure versions of O.S.
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Introductions / Re: How can I install Linux Lite by the very beginning?
« Last post by Roken on Today at 05:58:50 PM »
Hello DeepThought.

I donīt know what is a system with or without UEFI. But as I said before secure boot is disabled!

Just in case I am downloading that full UEFI version you mentioned. I hope your link is safe!   It will take a while until my download finish.
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Introductions / Re: How can I install Linux Lite by the very beginning?
« Last post by Roken on Today at 05:55:02 PM »
Hello Moltke.

I tried with Rufos, but it does not work either. I continue with the same issue.
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you need the uefi version of Linux Lite which can be downloaded here:

http://repo.linuxliteos.com/uefitests/4.2/

The normal version won't boot on a system with uefi and secure boot enabled.
Many of the larger distros have installer iso with both systems on the iso, which is why they probably work.
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Introductions / Re: How can I install Linux Lite by the very beginning?
« Last post by Moltke on Today at 05:39:28 PM »
Well, I have put other USB bootable device, and my PC did boot successfully from the USB without start Windows 10.

So itīs a prove there is nothing wrong with my BIOS configuration to boot from USB device.

Then I think the problem is with that USB with Linux Lite.

Now I formatted my USB again. I did copy the ISO file to the pendrive. And this time I used other installer called Universal-USB-Installer-1.9.9.0.  I followed the installations steps until the successfully end.  But still it seems I don't have a bootable USB device.

What did I miss?  Is all this steps correct or is something missing?

@Roken Try with this https://rufus.ie/ it's very easy to use and it's never failed me when creating live USBs, not once!
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Introductions / Re: How can I install Linux Lite by the very beginning?
« Last post by Roken on Today at 05:32:51 PM »
Well, I have put other USB bootable device, and my PC did boot successfully from the USB without start Windows 10.

So itīs a prove there is nothing wrong with my BIOS configuration to boot from USB device.

Then I think the problem is with that USB with Linux Lite.

Now I formatted my USB again. I did copy the ISO file to the pendrive. And this time I used other installer called Universal-USB-Installer-1.9.9.0.  I followed the installations steps until the successfully end.  But still it seems I don't have a bootable USB device.

What did I miss?  Is all this steps correct or is something missing?
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Tutorials / Re: Display XFCE shorcut keys cheat sheat on desktop
« Last post by Moltke on Today at 05:28:32 PM »
Making progress ;D @Jerry  How do you like these ones?







Still far from perfect cause I'm not artist nor is graphical design my area of expertise but definitely getting better and better ;D
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